Anger by Vaibhav

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Rejected the world of Rome. It did not consider Rome worthy of preservation. It aspired to a different. a heavenly. city. Mithrasism could not survive the double blow of the collapse of Rome and the rise of the Christian church. ehapter 3 The Mithraeum A temple of Mithras is known as a UMithraeum" (plural Mithraea), which means "place of Mithras," just as the word museum means .. " Throughout the length and breadth of Imperial Rome, the general layout of Mithraea was consistent enough that archaeologists can now determine the ruins of a Mithraeum by its floor plan alone, although, as in any general rule, there were variations and exceptions.

Fur a Roman soldier. preserving an Empire and at times deciding who would be Emperor. the concept of being one of an elite was far more palpable. The Mlthrasian's role as guardians brings them closer to the Knights Templar. an order formed to protect pilgrims traveling to the Middle East. The elite nature of both the Mithrasians and the Knights remplar was recognized by outsiders. Both groups were widely known in the communities in which they lived. While few people knew of the Golden Dawn. most people knew of the Templars and the Mithrasians.

Ulansey suggests the statue represents the power of Mithras to overcome his enemies.

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